October 17, 2005 - The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts - Open Studios 2005, October 20, 22, 23
October 17, 2005

Open Studios 2005, October 20, 22, 23

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center

Open Studios 2005 at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center

Thursday, October 20, 2005 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday, October 22, 2005 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Sunday, October 23, 2005 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center
323 West 39th Street, NYC 10018
between 8th and 9th Avenues
(A, C, E to 42nd St., exit at 40th St.)

For further information:
Elaine Tin Nyo, Program Officer
T. 212-563-5855 x203, F. 212-563-1875

www.efa1.org

One building, 80 artists, three days

ELIZABETH FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS STUDIO CENTER is pleased to announce OPEN STUDIOS 2005. On October 20, 22 & 23, 2005 over 80 artist-members in the EFA STUDIO CENTER will open their workspaces to the public. Come see exciting and diverse work including painting, sculpture, printmaking, works on paper, photography, installation, video and new media. The EFA Studio Center is located in midtown Manhattan in New York City’s historic garment district. Open Studios 2005 will mark the EFAStudio Center’s seventh annual open studios event. This year, the EFA Studio Center joins forces with the Fashion Center BID to organize the annual Fashion District Arts Festival spanning two weekends. The festival will feature Off-Broadway theaters in the Fashion District and street performances, and culminate in a neighborhood-wide open studios weekend.

Participants in the EFA Studio Center Open Studios include:
Samira Abbassy, Clytie Alexander, Chris Anderson, Augusto Arbizo, Regina Baumhauer, Jeff Bechtel, Sarah Beddington, Nicole Been, Ragna Berlin, Daniel Bodner, Patty Cateura, Sang-Ah Choi, Theresa Chong, David Collins, Vicky Colombet, Judith Croce, Cui Fei, Annabel Daou, Lisa Corinne Davis, Xiomara De Oliver, Jane Dickson, Madeline Djerejian, Megan Dyer, Sally Egbert, Cara Enteles, Suzan Frecon, Beth Ganz, Del Geist, Lauren Gohara, Ana Golici, Nicolae Golici, Pablo Helguera, Arturo Herrera, Bernhard Hildebrandt, Marietta Hoferer, Catherine Howe, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Valerie Jaudon, Kate Javens, Richard Kalina, Airan Kang, Tamiko Kawata, Jane Kent, Jung Hyang Kim, Noah Klersfeld, Greg Kwiatek, Sowon Kwon, Sarah Leahy, Patricia Leighton, Reiner Leist, Dan Levenson, Holly Lynton, Susan Mastrangelo, Paul Moran, Stefanie Nagorka, Sarah Oppenheimer, Orlan, Gary Petersen, Thomas Pihl, Evan Read, Louis Renzoni, Simon Rigg, Cornelia Ruehlicke, Veronica Ryan, Carl Sandler, Jonathan Santlofer, Hilda Shen, Howard Smith, Devorah Sperber, David Storey, Sali Taylor, Scott Teplin, Sally Tittmann, Carlos Vega, Rose Watts, Marjorie Welish, Bryan Whitney, Pauline Yun, and others…

The EFA Studio Center is located in Manhattan at 323 West 39th Street and will be open to the public on Thursday, October 20 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

EFASC Open Studios is participating in the 2005 Fashion District Arts Festival. EFASC Open Studios is sponsored in part by Vasari Classic Artist’s Oil Colors with additional support from the Fashion Center BID.

Find out more about EFA and join our mailing list at www.efa1.org. For more information about the Fashion District Arts Festival go to www.fashioncenter.com/arts.

The EFA Studio Center is a pioneering visual arts program founded in 1998. The Center provides artists the rare opportunity to work within a professional arts community in Manhattan and in close proximity to the city’s primary gallery districts. Members of the studio program include emerging, mid-career and established professionals who have exhibited widely in New York, the United States and abroad.

The EFA Studio Center, housed in a twelve-story building in midtown Manhattan, offers 82,000 square feet dedicated to 110 workspaces for visual artists. In addition to affordable studios, the Center provides short-term display space for artists from other locations, an exhibition venue and headquarters for The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and its other operating programs. The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts believes in the essential importance of art in a civil society. The value of the artist’s creative spirit is not limited by age, race, nationality or acceptance by others.

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